Interview with Milky Puppy and Liz, BBS users, in Toronto, Ontario on May 25, 2002. Subjects covered included early BBS use in Chicago and Toronto, various BBSes run by Milky and their unique themes, the YIP group, BBS Meets, co-sysop and sysop duties, Atari and Macintosh platforms, and points of pride or highlights from BBSes. This interview was conducted towards the beginning of the film cycle, when I had more of a "conversational" style to the interviews, meaning I am a notable percentage of the speaking, discussing various subjects with Milky and Liz in great depth and with some of my own biography. Sadly, Milky passed away in August of 2005 due to cancer, aged 31.
September 30, 2022 Subject:
An abrupt end to a great three-part series.
This one just kind of ended, I guess the conversation got so good that Jason didn't see the end of the tape coming. Honestly the same as a viewer, I wasn't even paying any attention to the time and it felt like a 15-minute tape but before you know it there's another 50 minutes in the bag. But Liz really came into her own here I love listening to her yet sassy in the back half of this one.
Some really interesting things about obscure Canadian BBS software and the door game that I had never heard of until now. Really worthwhile series and so happy that I went on as long as it did. Big thanks to Jason for putting a whole 3 hours into this one